At last, sports clubs for the slowpokes.

I’ve never been shy about how ‘bad’ I am at running. I was beaten early on in my running at a half marathon by a person dressed as The Stig. I’ve been lapped by a person dressed as a chicken at a 10k. I’ve had a woman in a 15 foot tall inflatable dinosaur costume... Continue Reading →

The upside of virtual running.

Anyone who has been participating in any running event in the past decade would know first hand that there are downsides to running events. The worst of these, in my opinion, is how you have to arrive a lot earlier than the race itself AND you might be waiting around for some time (especially if... Continue Reading →

Happy Towel Day

When I landed in the UK almost eleven years ago I had some knowledge of how England 'worked' via my work colleagues who enjoyed inserting Cockney Rhyming Slang into business meetings (I used to think it was a long ploy to get me to say inappropriate things), Monty Python, and a fellow named Douglas Adams.... Continue Reading →

Pep talk for London Marathon Peoples.

Dear London Marathoner Person, Tomorrow you will be completing your first... your second... your fifteenth... your thirty first... marathon.  I write 'will be' because that is what you will be doing.  You might be doing it quickly, with the wind at your back and a song in your heart.  You might be doing it slowly,... Continue Reading →

Look out, senior (Logan) runner!

When searching for a generic image of senior runners (or retired runners, or pensioner runners) I found out that a legit Google search exists in the auto-fill for over-40 running blogs. And I realised, this is (most of the time) an over-40 running blog. ... Sigh. I've been missing again, having promised I would write... Continue Reading →

The sun ritual.

When I was younger, much younger than most of you reading (I like to think I attract a hip, young audience to my blog that I sometimes write in once a year) I went to a small Catholic school in Florida.  We were tiny, so tiny that when someone new came in it was like... Continue Reading →

SUPER HIPPIE

Every day I grow closer to joining the commune. While I am a total advocate for modern medicine, fully believe in vaccinations and check-ups, I have found myself slowly going down the slippery slope of hippiedom. First, it was giving up the car and biking everywhere except when I need a car and I borrow... Continue Reading →

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